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    Overview touch Ultrabook Sony VAIO T13

    Review Sony VAIO T13

    We continue to acquaint you with sensory and laptops today to turn 13-inch Sony VAIO T13, Which is available both in classical and in the version of the trend with the touch-sensitive screen. Recall that the line of ultrabooks Sony VAIO T consists of the models made in three different form factors: a 11.6-inch T11, 13,3-inch T13 and 15.6-inch T15. All VAIO Tperformed in a well-recognizable trademark style, so to confuse them with the products of another brand Ibogo impossible.

    Design

    Cover Ultrabook Sony VAIO T13 Sheet lined with aluminum, natural silver, and in addition to the main surface of the metal also covers the sides of display unit. The top of the lid has a plastic insert above the antennas Wi-Fi module and a modest-sized label Sony, but the VAIO logo on the contrary, made large mirrored characters cent on the cover.

    Review Sony VAIO T13

    The lower end of the display is finished set at an angle mirror plastic "plug" with embossed marking the manufacturer and the two plastic feet. Appreciate its beauty can be only with the lid closed as in the position of the panel rotates downward, slightly lifting the rear of the main panel.

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    The base body is almost entirely made of silver plastic, with the exception of a small metal hatch for the upgrade. Yes, you heard right, unlike most ultrabooks, the user can easily access the innards of Sony VAIO T13. Flat removable battery 45 Wh is attached with three screws by removing three small screws you will see a slot to upgrade the hard drive and RAM.

    Review Sony VAIO T13

    We note in particular that the installation of hard drive model with a pre-need super-slim SSD HDD adapter and company from Sony. In addition to the rubber feet and a few areas of perforation on the bottom of the case is a hole to force a reload ultrabook. Interestingly, in contrast to many other ultrabooks, the base case in this model is purely utilitarian - it did not finish softtach-plastic or emit bright color, explicitly based on the fact that the lion's share of time it will be turned towards the table top of the desktop.

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    As we mentioned, the rear face of the housing Sony VAIO T13-free Connectors, it contains only two-loop display hinge. On the front face of the rendered two speakers, a microphone and three convex indicator of activity. On the left side there are ports USB 3.0 and USB 2.0, radiator cooling system and the charger on the right - combined audio port, card reader with status indication, and HDMI video outputs D-sub, as well as a network port RJ45.

    Review Sony VAIO T13

    The presence of D-sub video output will have the liking of those who regularly connect your laptop to a compatible display device (CRT monitor, office projector, etc.), but most of today's users would prefer to replace the analog video output of the optional USB-port, all - still today only 2 USB is clearly not enough. Also confuses relatively large thickness and weight of the model, 13-inch Ultrabooks manufacturers tend not to go beyond the limits of 1.35-1.40 kg, while Sony VAIO T13 The veil of 1.66 kg.

    Ergonomics

    Operating panel and the front face of the housing Sony VAIO T13 Is made of magnesium alloy with a slightly rough surface. Island keyboard is not illuminated in a smoothly curved recess, the layout is almost perfect, like the tactile characteristics. The key travel is a small but perfectly timed with the initial pressing force, the metal substrate is virtually no flex.

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    Widescreen without dedicated touchpad buttons mounted just below the operating panel, as a result of going beyond the touch pad feels great to the touch. Given the existence of the touch screen requirements for this module is lower than that of regular notebooks, but completely do without the touchpad will only users with the most advanced firmly established "tablet" pattern of behavior.

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    In the upper right corner of the work panel Sony VAIO T13 Posted illuminated by bright green LED partially transparent power button. It can be clearly seen even when the lid is closed from the right side wall that allows you to quickly assess in what mode the notebook (active, waiting,

    Sleeping). Nearby are three indicators keyboard mode and three hardware buttons for utilities VAIO Care, browser and any application of your choice._

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    Functionality

    Ultrabook Sony VAIO T13 Is equipped with a standard 13-inch TN-matrix with small viewing angles and a standard Windows-resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Brightness adjustment range is from 10 to 160 cd/m2 within 10 gradations. The display unit is on the circuit without ledges with which the matrix is covered with a protective glass panel integrated capacitive touch panel. As a result, use the tablet interface of Windows 8 Modern UI much more comfortable than using the touchpad, but you have to put up not only with glare glossy screen, but with a very noticeable fingerprints on it.

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    Model Sony VAIO T13-efficient Processors based on Intel Ivy Bridge, completed with 4 GB of RAM, and data storage can be used SSD or HDD. It got us to the test version based on Intel Core i5-3317U with integrated HD Graphics 4000 graphics, 4GB of RAM and a 128 GB SSD.

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    In this configuration, the ultrabook scored 4310 points in PCMark 7, 1020 points in 3Dmark11, 3100 points in 3Dmark Cloud Gate 4.6 points and performance index Windows. The battery life of the lithium-polymer battery capacity of 45 Wh (11.1 V, 4050 mAh) for the backlight of 120 cd/m2 was exactly 2 hours at maximum load and 7 hours and 40 minutes in the emulation mode of reading.

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    The results

    As a result, Sony VAIO T13 - 13-inch ultrabook with a typical for this class of hardware stuffing and optional touch screen. The model is not without its flaws, but it is interesting in appearance and easy to operate, so that will interest not only devoted fans of Japanese brand, but also a wider range of buyers who are looking for a touch ultrabook.

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    Liked

    + Brand VAIO-style, aluminum-magnesium body + Touch screen with a 10-point multi-touch + Removable battery, simple RAM upgrade +-Designed layout, tactile keypad features Do not like it

    - The thickness and weight

    - Just two USB-ports, none on the right side

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    Sonv VAIO SVT1312Z1R / S

    Type

    Ultrabook

    Ultrabook

    Screen size, inches

    13.3

    13.3

    Type of matrix

    TN + film

    TN + film

    Type of covering the screen

    Gloss

    Gloss

    Screen Resolution

    1366x768

    1366x768

    Touch-sensitive screen

    + (Multi-Touch)

    + (Multi-Touch)

    Processor Type

    Intel Core i5-3317U

    Intel Core i7-3517U

    Frequency, GHz

    1.7

    1.9

    Pre-installed OS

    Windows 8

    Windows 8

    Mass, kg

    1.6

    1.6

    Dimensions in mm

    323x226x19

    323x226x19

    Chipset

    Intel HM76

    Intel HM76

    The amount of memory (Std / Max)

    4096

    4096

    Hard disk, GB

    128 (SSD)

    128 (SSD)

    Optical drive

    - -

    Graphics card, memory

    Intel HD Graphics 4000

    Intel HD Graphics 4000

    External Ports

    1xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 2.0, HDMI, VGA, speaker out, mic-in

    1xUSB 3.0, 1xUSB 2.0, HDMI, VGA, speaker out, mic-in

    Expansion Slot

    - -

    Card reader

    N

    N

    WEB-camera

    +

    +

    Network Adapter

    10/100/1000

    10/100/1000

    56K modem

    - -

    Wi-Fi

    802.11 b / g / n

    802.11 b / g / n

    WiMAX

    - -

    Bluetooth

    +, Bluetooth 4.0

    +, Bluetooth 4.0

    3G

    - -

    Battery capacity, mA. ch

    N

    N

    Battery voltage, V

    N

    N

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